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India’s first transgender advocate: Sathyasri Sharmila is India’s first transgender advocate. He decided to study law so that he could fight against injustice. He is a native of the state of Tamil Nadu, which has a large educated population. However, he faced considerable criticism and exploitation.
India’s first transgender judge: In October 2016, 29-year-old Jayata Mandal became India’s first transgender judge (India’s first transgender judge). He was appointed as a judge in the North Bengal People’s Court. She was inspired to study law by working with organizations working for transgender rights.
India’s first transgender police subject: Hrithik Yashini was India’s first transgender police subject. He initially failed for the 1st number, but then he re-examined the physical exam numbers and was declared successful.
Manavi Bandopadhyay is the first transgender person in India to become the first transgender person in the country. (India’s first transgender college principal). In 2015, she became the principal of Krishnanagar Women’s College. He is also the first transgender person in India to receive a PhD.
Mumtaz, India’s first transgender candidate to contest the elections, has been associated with the BSP for a long time and is the first transgender contestant from Punjab’s Bucho Mandi constituency to contest on a BSP ticket. (Photo: victoryinstitute.org)
India’s first transgender MLA: Shabnam Mouchie contested and won from Chohanagar constituency in Shahdol, Madhya Pradesh. He was never supported by his family (India’s first transgender MLA), so he never went to school. However, he had knowledge of 12 languages.
India’s first transgender soldier: Chabie joined the Marine Engineering Division of the Eastern Naval Command about 12 years ago. He underwent gender reassignment surgery in 2016 and joined the Visakhapatnam Naval Base (India’s first transgender soldier).
India’s first transgender medical assistant: Zia Das from Calcutta became India’s first transgender medical assistant.
Courtesy : News 18 Assam
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